Words like abstract, absurd and weird are used everyday to describe the unknown or unusual. Hydroplane's debut LP for Experimedia is all of those things and more. Shuffling, gurgling beats spiral around skeletal arpeggios and awkwardly sliced samples, creating a demented taffy-like effect over the albums 11 tracks. Pieces like "Argag" create such an air through the lunatic repetition of voices and playful mallet sounds, that the listener often feels as though some powerful psychadelic drug has been slipped to them unknowingly approximately 20-40 minutes ago. By the time "Morguray" drops, you've had sufficient time to pour yourself a cold beverage and rub ice on your confused brain, as you watch the sunset from a deckchair on a white beach. Finally, the LP's closer, "Outro", ultimately leaves the listener feeling drained and yet oddly fulfilled... ready for whatever comes next.